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HINGHAM HIGH SCHOOTT 
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TABLE OF 



Faculty 

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Sports 
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Seniors 
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CONTENTS 




Clubs 

page 164 




Introduction 
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Upon entering Hingham High 
School from a distant place, Mary 
and Bill headed towards the front 
office. After receiving a visitor's 
pass from Mrs. Schlillig, they went 
through the Guidance Office 
where they received a temporary 
schedule from Mrs. Gustafson. 
Next, they proceeded down the 
long corridor, cautiously joining 
the flow of unfamiliar faces. When 
they approached Mr. Tierney's 
room they turned right and 
entered another corridor. They 
continued down the hall until they 
approached a set of doors on the 
right near Mr. Caldwell's 
classroom. After conferring a 
minute, they decided to go 
through the doors and down the 
winding staircase. At the base of 
the stairs they found themselves in 
a long hallway. 





Hearing many voices, they turned 
right and entered a room which 
appeared to be the cafeteria. Small 
groups of students were seated 
sporadically around the room 
talking and having a good time. 
After hesitating a moment, they 
walked slowly across the room and 
exited to an outside area where 
students were smoking cigarettes 
and throwing a frisbee. After a few 
minutes they left this area and 
crossed the room once again. 
While standing where they had 
originally entered, they noticed 
another hallway and a set of doors 
to their right. Mary and Bill 
proceeded down the short 
hallway, passed Mr. Kane's 
Industrial Arts room and . . . 



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They found themselves at the gym. Inside 
students dressed in shorts and T-shirts 
were playing basketball. They watched 
the game for a while and then decided to 
continue down the corridor. They went 
by a library, passed through a set of doors 
and found the auditorium to their left. 
There, to their surprise, a play was in 
progress. After watching the entire 
performance they went outside the 
building into a parking lot where they saw 
students driving off in cars. As they were 
standing there a small, beat-up, green car 
pulled up and the driver asked if they 
would like to be shown aroung Hingham. 
Consenting, they jumped into the car and 
left the grounds of Hingham High School 



The driver of the car was very friendly and 
offered to help in any way possible. While 
driving around town, viewing various sights, 
they asked the driver where everyone had come 
from. 




The driver went around Hingham showing all 
the different schools where everyone had 
previously gone — East, Foster, Lincoln, 
Plymouth River, South and then Central and 
South Junior High Schools. They ended their 
tour back at the high school . . 




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When they returned to the high school the driver decided they should meet some 
people around the school. At the time they returned there was a student council 
meeting in progress and the three observed a portion of the meeting. After that the 
driver introduced them to the class officers, members of the National Honor 
Society, and captains of the athletic teams. These people comprise the leadership of 
the school . . . 



NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 




front row: Bob Wittkowski, Kevin Leary, Mark Kiely, Julie Marcus, Bruce McMeekin, Paul Shabaz, Cliff Hoyt, Patsy Keenan, Maureen Egan, Susan 
Humphrey, Jenny Stanley, Beth Coates, back Row: Rick Dwyer, Leslie Smith, Diane Jordan, Cath O'Connell, Mary Ellen Pyne, Jill Shafto, Kathy 
Hess, Donna Lee, John Chen, Judy McNeice, Mary Keogh 



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ELECTED OFFICERS 



front row: Brette Thibault, 
Janene Smith, Rick Dwyer, 
Bernadette Gushue, second 
row: Kevin Cartmill, Roy 
Giarrusso, back row: Sue Beale, 
Mary Beth Navin, Carol 
Urmson, Sean McDonough, 
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TEAM CAPTAINS 




front row: Edzo Fitzwilliam, Colin Kelly, Roy Giarrusso, Mickey Lincoln, Mark O'Brien, Kevin Bullock, Kevin Leary, Bob Wittkowski, John 
Griffin, Eric Casey, Bruce McMeekin, back row: Mimi Wampole, Judy McNeice, Sharon Burbank, Laurie Carlson, Jenny Stanley, Beth Coates, 
Cath O'Connell, Leslie Smith 

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By the time they finished meeting everyone, 
after school activities were in full swing. They 
decided to go around the school and see the 
various activities and the driver offered to be 
their guide once again. They began outside, 
viewing the different sports' practices. 





Next, they proceeded to the music room where the 
band was rehearsing for an upcoming competition. 
They continued throughout the school witnessing many 
other activities and meetings. When they finished, all 
three were exhausted from the day's activities. They 
jumped into the green car and left Hingham High 
School for the time being . . . 





MRS. GALO 

GRADE ADMINISTRATOR 

GRADE 11 



MR. O'DAY 

GRADE ADMINISTRATOR 

GRADE 10 






Mr. O'Day: 

Mr. O'Day is dedicated to his job as 
an administrator and is involved in 
organizing many of the school's 
activities. He gives many hours of his 
time to help out at the athletic events. 
His assistance is sorely needed 
because many school activities would 
not survive without his help. 
Mrs. Galo: 

Mrs. Galo is a very busy person as she 
also teaches a class. She is very 
helpful in organizing activities and 
fund raisers for the junior class. She 
devotes her weekends to insure that 
these class activities will run 
smoothly and her hard work is deeply 
appreciated by everyone at Hingham 
High School. 
Dr. Lawrence: 

Dr. Lawrence is a fine administrator 
who has developed a good rapport 
with students. He has been extremely 
helpful to the Class of '79 during his 
three years as their administrator. 
Much of the class's success can be 
attributed to his work behind the 
scenes. 



DR. LAWRENCE 

GRADE ADMINISTRATOR 

GRADE 12 



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DR. CHARLES VICKERY 
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Dr. Vickery's presence is felt all around the 
school as he is a very visible principal. His 
door is always open for students who are in 
need of guidance. He attends as many school 
functions as his busy schedule permits and 
takes interest in all aspects of school life. Dr. 
Vickery is an outstanding leader and 
Hingham High School is fortunate to have 
him as principal. 






Dr. William Mahoney 
Superintendent of 
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George Edmonds 
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Elizabeth Culbert 



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Steven Olson 



Patricia Tiemey 



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Paul Abrahamson 




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James Kirkcaldy 



Ruth Butterfield 
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David Lacatell 




Brian O'Donnell 



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Sal Bartolotti 




Elizabeth Trubia 



Donald Sullivan 



Charles Shaffer 



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Philip Anderson 




Ronald Goba 
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Marie Benard 



James Berlenbach 



Angela Epple 



James Haviland 



Fred Jewett 








Elizabeth Kolodney 



George Murphy 



Charles Ozug 



Barbara Peters 



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Cordon Bates 



Richard Franklin 
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Richard Caldwell 



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Charles Dirk 







Peter Lincoln 



Robert Magner 



John Penny 




Richmond Poole 



John Stouffer 



Doris Taam 



John Tinker 



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Mary Mahoney 



David Sharpe 



Anne Mallon 



Kenneth Matarazzo 



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Paul Noiseux 




Frank Downing 
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Chris Brown 



Thomas Lane 



Roberta Walsh 



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Camilla Roundtree 
Metco Coordinator 



Linda Potter 
Tutor 



Joan Grimm 
Nurse 




STUDENT SEBVICES 



John Garrigan 
Student Needs 




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Muriel Kendall 
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SECRETARIES 






Paula Messina 
Career Center 



Dorothy Schillig 
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Betty Stallard 
Student Needs 




Janine Shahbaz 
Career Center 




Beverly Benome 
Secretary 




Barbara Rattray 
Secretary 



Betty Howlett 
Secretary 



Margaret Condito 
Guidance Secretary 



Mary Connolly 
Guidance Secretary 





George Degrasse 



Nancy Gustafson 



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William McCallum 




Joseph Roper 



Jane Smith 



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FALL SPORTS 

The fall sports season at Hingham 
High was very successful. All of the 
teams were extremely competitive 
and carried on the winning tradition 
that exists at Hingham High. The 
success can be attributed to 
outstanding teamwork and overall 
talent 

The cross country team had a 
satisfying season and compiled a 
better than average record. The races 
were held at Worlds End on a course 
designed by Coach Ryan. The newly 
developed girls cross country team 
also had a fine season and the 
program appears to be gaining 
support. This past season indicates 
that the cross country program is on 
the upswing and there are prospects 
for even better performances in the 
future 

In field hockey, the team ended the 
season with a 6-4-4 record, which was 
just shy of qualifying for the state 
tournament. Nevertheless, the team 
was in every game and always gave the 
opponent a tough battle. Their 
aggressive style of play was shown 
through a strong team defense and 
offense. Considering the team was 
young, the season's accomplishments 
were outstanding 

The football team had a great 
season, capturing the Old Colony 
League title with a 9-1-0 record. It 
thrived on teamwork and had an 
exciting style of play. This year was 
the second time in three years that the 
football team had won the league 
championship 

The golf team had a fine season this 
year, posting a 9-7 record. The team 
plays its home matches at the South 
Shore Country Club and travels to 
away matches in a comfortable motor 
home. The atmosphere was relaxing, 
which undoubtedly helped to 
account for the excellent 
showing 

Coming off an outstanding season, 
the soccer team has continued its 
competitiveness this year. The team 
was extremely quick which allowed 
for games full of excitement. They 
gave all their opponents stiff 
competition and finished the season 
near the top of the league 



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WINTER SPORTS 

Winter sports enable the students 
at Hingham High to keep active 
during the coldest part of the year. 
The teams take pride in their 
performances and always generate 
plenty of excitement 

This past winter was an exciting 
season for the winter sports teams as 
both basketball teams enjoyed 
extremely successful seasons in 
qualifying for tournament play. The 
boys compensated for lack of height 
through quickness and speed. The 
team had a balanced scoring attack and 
often relied on experience to guide 
them to victory. The girls team had 
great overall ability, which has been a 
trademark in past years. They were 
a fast paced team and won many 
games with fine perimeter 
shooting 

The gymnastic team received more 
support as this year there is a growing 
interest in the sport. The team had a 
better than average record and lost 
two meets by tenths of a point. The 
team had some outstanding individual 
performances and hopefully with 
increasing numbers, greater 
success will be achieved in the 
future 

Combining a potent offense with 
solid defense, the hockey team 
experienced an outstanding year. The 
team, which abounded in talent, 
qualified for the state tournament for 
the 27th successive year. A nice blend 
of seniors and underclassmen led to 
the success of the team 

The winter track team had one of 
its finest seasons ever in capturing a 
tie for the league championship. 
Every Friday afternoon the team 
traveled to Boston to compete. This 
year's squad had great team spirit 
which helped toward a winning 
season 

The wrestling team continues to 
show signs of popularity as this year's 
team had a satisfying season. The 
team continued the competitiveness 
that existed in the past. There are 
many good young wrestlers and the 
future is bright for the Hingham High 
wrestling team 



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Back Row: Coach M. Gordon, L. Goudas, L. Esterbrook, D. DeLuze, A. 
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Second Row: Mike Gilbert (Asst. Coach), Carl McKenzie, Bob Leonard, David 
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Back Row (left to right) — Kevin Duggan (Asst. Coach), John Wall, Richard Neville, Dave 
Kaminski, Tony Messina, Bobby Kelly, Mike Mortel, Tim Carrigan, Roy Ciarrusso, 
Bobby Keough, Richard Hanley, Peter Honkalehto, Pat Neville, George Ballema, Steve 
Daly (Coach) Front Row — Eddie Rose, Jack Walsh, Hugh Gorman, Paul McCarthy, 
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Left to Right: Dave Southwick, Len Hamilton, Todd Alger, Haig Barberian, Steve Walsh, Steve Fulton, Alan Mount. Center: Scott Bonniman. 



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From Left to Right: Dawn Worsely, Laura Noble, Gail Taylor, Lauri Shahbaz, Beth Coates (Co-captain), Ann Peters (Coach), Jennifer Stanley 
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WINTER TRACK 

Back to Front — Todd Richardson, Fred Anderson, Tim Falvey, Matt Murphy, Blaisse LaCour, Mike Steves, Peter Lane, David Sullivan, Mike 
McCarron, Joe Ryan (Coach), Jay Snover, Michael Hughes, Stu Famham, Bob Stimson, Kirk Beatty, Paul Muldoon, Judy McNeice, Donna 
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SPRING SPORTS 

Every year the students wait anxiously for 
the spring sports season to begin so 
everyone can enjoy the outdoors once 
again. The practice fields are constantly 
active as teams prepare for opponents. The 
result of the spring sports season is always a 
tribute to athletes at Hingham 

High 

The baseball team is coming from a fairly 
successful season and hopes to improve this 
year. The team just missed qualifying for 
the state tournament by losing one of the 
final games. A powerful hitting lineup led 
the team to its victories. Hopefully, the 
team will be able to combine strong hitting 
with solid flelding to win a league 
championship 

Lacrosse is one of the fastest growing 
sports at the high school. Each year the 
turnout is huge and the quality of play is 
improving tremendously. The team is 
characterized by a free spirit which allows 
the players to play to the best of their 
abilities. The girls lacrosse team is also 
increasing in popularity. Although the team 
does not have a set schedule, the players are 
dedicated to a winning attitude. The senior 
dominated team has an outstanding offense 
and defense which will insure another 
rewarding season 

The Softball team had a fulHUing season 
last year with a young team. The team 
strengths lie in defensive play and 
quickness. All the players enjoy themselves 
and look forward to another exciting season 



SPRING 



In tennis, both the boys and girls teams 
had great season. The boys had an 
unbelievable record of 16-0 and won the 
Old Colony League crown. The team 
consisted of finesse and power players 
which easily allowed them to outplay their 
opponents. Most of the team is returning 
this year and should have another 
outstanding season. The girls team won 
most of their matches but just fell short of 
qualifying for state competition. The team 
is also young and looking for another 
winning season 

The track teams had fine seasons this past 
year through timely teamwork. The girls 
were competitive in all the events and had 
strong individual performances. The team 
has alot of potential with which to work this 
season. The boys' hard work payed off as 
they won more meets than they lost. The 
team also had strong individual 
performances and should compete evenly 
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Left to Right — Dave Lacatell, Susan Blucke, Lauren Powers, Cathy Claypoole, Cath O'Connell, Johnese Sullivan, Cyndy Lassen, Debbie Zeller, 
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Back row, left to right — Kevin Leary, Sean McDonough, Jim Knapp, Bobby Bortnick, Mr. Getman. Front row — Mark Fish, John Fisher, Bob 
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Peter Arsenault, Roy Young, Brian Magner, Mark Stevenson, Brian Hooper, Greg Whelan, 
Mark Kiely, Paul Remmes, Ken Losordo, Bob Weiser, Co-capt. Roy Giarrusso, Tim Carrigan, 
Coach Peter Bailey. Front row — Todd Richardson, Pat Neville, Tom Krall, Greg Burgess, 
Bob Nevins, Steven Puleo, John Wall, Doug Smith, Peter Apessos, David Borowko, Bobby 
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Dennis Coyne, Mr. Roper, Jay Snover, Chris Caton, Chris Deane, Jerry Lynch, Mark O'Brien, Mike Hughes, Kirk Beatty, Fred Anderson, Mike 
Faulbert, Mike Moffa, Peter Balboni, Rick Manley, Craig Simpson, Tod Richie, Greg Caira, Bruce McMeekin, Leonard Hamilton, Micky Lincoln, 
Gar Linscott, Kevin Bullock, Billy Sullivan, Chris Leonard, Steve Dane, Peter Lane, Matt Murphy, Mr. Ryan. 



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Girls Track 



Top row, left to right — Glenn Thompson, Donna Hendrickson, Laura 
Noble, Mary Deluze, Elaine Ernst, Lynn Sherry, Marisa French, Diane 
Jordan, Carolyne Kurciviez. Middle row — Kim Pinkus, Natalie Hayes, 
Mary Keogh, Melissa Lang, Judy McNiece, Annette Gushue, Bernadette 
Gushue. Bottom row — Melinda Donovan, Mimi Wampole, Melissa Wish, 
Molly Lincoln, Nancy Swafford, Paula Sullivan, Liz Murphy. 




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Varsity Baseball 

Front Row, Left to Right: John Griffin, Eric Casey, David Childs, Dan McHugh, Steven Barrett, Rick Cox, John Cadigan, Andy Shaw, Art Cronin. 

Back Row, Left to Right, Standing: Mr. Kennedy, David Creighton, Bob Ward, Jeff MacCune, Mark Morrison, Tom Nardo, Jay Cuerra, Brian Cox. 



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Varsity Softball 

Front Row Left to Right: Barbara Thompson, Nancy Whelan, Susan MansHeld, Patty McKenna, Nancy Raymond, Paula Romano. Back Row, Left to 

Right: Martha Driscoll, Debbie Kimball, Kathy Wareham, Debbie Stockwell, Linda Barton, Patty Ayers, Mr. Kane. 



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While visiting Hingham High School, Mary and Bill were fortunate to meet the members of the senior class. 
At first'^they were confused as to why the seniors were labelled an elite group. Then they discovered some of the 
reasons for this unique distinction. First of all, the senior year is the end of a long journey in public education, 
with new adventures lying just ahead. Mary and Bill also learned that certain individuals and organizations in 
the school have received special recognition in academics, athletics, drama, and music. There are members of 
the class who have qualiHed for the National Merit Award, which signifies outstanding academic achievement. 
The athletic teams are always highly competitive in the Old Colony League and there are individuals who have 
been acclaimed for outstanding performances through all star and all scholastic selections. The Drama Club 
always receives recognition in the All State Drama Festival. Through long hours of practice and undying 
dedication, the band has had it? share of success in the Southeastern Massachusetts Band Association 
competitions. In addition to these organizations, the Student Government provides the school with necessary 
leadership. This year's senior class can also be noted for its loyalty, fun, and spirit. Witnessing athletic events or 
a class meeting gives evidence of these qualities. All of the organizations and people at Hingham High combine 
to make the graduating class truly outstanding. 





Rebecca Marie Zeppi 
Forever you will remain in my 
most cherished memories. — 
Drama, Track, Pep Club, 
French Club 



Shaunna Jean Young 
Amor Vincit Omnia — Wow — 
Band, Drama, Softball, Art, Ju- 
nior Board, Color Guard Cap- 
tain, Florida 




Roy Young 
Laugh and the world will laugh 
with ,you. Love and the world 
will Love you. Football, La- 
crosse, VP-Jr. Board, St. Coun- 
cil, HM-Rep. 



Michael Yalenezian 
Long after the world is dead and 
frozen over, Armenian power 
will live on. 



Dawn Worsley 
I don't know but I've been told 
. . . Harborlight News Ed., 
Pegasus, Band, Stage Band, 
Gymnastics 



Cindy S. Wood 
Life is meant to be lived, one 
minute at a time. — Basketball, 
Softball 




Bob Wittkowski 
It's not that I hate school, it's 
the principal of the thing. — 
Soccer, NHS 



Jeff Wigmore 



Chiki Wieman 
Life goes by so fast. Stop for a 
moment and take a look at it. — 
Ski Club, Lacrosse, Cape Cod 
and CB 



Martha Whitman 
Keep your face to the sunshine 
and you cannot see the shadow. 
— Student Council 



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Mark Whited 



Sherry White 



Greg Whelan 
Hard work never hurts anyone 
who supervises it. — Lacrosse, 
Golf 



Roger Wheeler 




Jeff Wheaton 
If ignorance was bliss . . . I'd 
be alot better off than I am! — 
Band Pit Orchestra, Hingham 
Civic Orchestra 



Christopher Wells 
Never stop believing in yourself, 
for success comes from within. 
— Hockey, Tennis, Cross Coun- 
try 



Laura Weiss 
The more you stay the same the 
more you go backwards. — 
Hingham-Bolivia and home 



again 



Janet Watts 
Even though everything has 
changed, nothing is different. — 
Cheerleading, AFS to Tennessee 




John M. Watson 



Mark Warsofsky 






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Marjorie Wampole 
When all think alike, no one 
thinks very much. — Cross 
Country, Harborlight editor 



Sean Walsh 



John Walsh 
And . . . loving it. — Hockey 



Jimmy Walsh 




If life's 
for? 



Nancy Virtue 
for living, what's living 



Bill Urmson 
For me, music isn't everything, 
it's the only thing. — Band, Or- 
chestra, Stage Band. 




Jody Urbati 
The most I can do for a friend is 
simply to be a friend. — AFS, 
Drama Club, HHS Colorguard, 
Hockey Cheerleader, AIFS- 
Europe 



Steve Ulfelder 
And the world is busting at its 
seams and you're just a prisoner 
of your dreams. — Tribunal 
77-79 




Jennifer Tornberg 
A moment is only temporary but 
a memory is forever. — Social 
Action, Photo Club, Pep Club 



Neil D. Thornton 
Everyone has to be someone to 
someone, to be anyone. — Rot- 
ary Exchange Student — Au- 
stralia 




Karen Thompson 



David Thompson 
What's life for if not for fun. 





Barbara A. Thompson 
Once I made up my mind, Fm 
full of indecision. — Softball 



Jeff Thomas Deborah Thomas 

It's vish! — Motorcycle, car Harborlight 

freak 



Brette Thibault 
If you love something, set it 
free. If it comes back, it's yours. 
If it doesn't, it never was. 




Abigail Taylor 
Barefoot in the park. 



Mark Tagliaferro 
All you touch, and all you see, is 
all your life will ever be. 



Christine Sweeney 
We must always have old memo- 
ries and young hopes. — Social 
Action, Pep Club, Photo Club, 
Spanish Club 



Mike Supple 



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Paula Sullivan 
You are never fully dressed 
without a smile. — Track, Bas- 
ketball, Field Hockey 



Michael Sullivan 
Basketball, Baseball 




Kenneth Suereth 
You are what you think of 
others. — Varsity Soccer, Year- 
book Staff 



Suzanne Mary Sturgis 



Deborah L. Stockwell 
The secret of life is enjoying the 
passage of time. — Varsity 
Softball, Varsity Field Hockey, 
JV Basketball, Latin Club 



Phil Stidstone 



It's over 




Michael Steves 



Mark Stevenson 
Don't let your "Meat Loaf 
Football, Lacrosse 



Joseph Steen 
He who understands is happy. 



Lisa Stanton 
The past is gone, live now for 
the future. 



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Jenny Stanley 
Live for the moment, for sure. 
— AFS, Japan, Alcoa, Jr. Pres., 
Skiing, Gymnastics, S.C., 
N.H.S., Yearbook, J.B. 



Pam Snell 
It is not how much you have, it 
is how much you enjoy — that is 
what makes happiness. 
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Sarah Smith 



Nancy Smith 




Leslie Smith 
It takes a lean hound for a long 
chase. — Field Hockey, Flute, 
N.H.S., Ballet 



Joseph Smith 



Janene Smith 
One thing is forever good; that 
one thing is success. — Glass 
Secretary, Cheerleading, E.B., 
J.B., T.P. 



Doug Smith 
Football, Lacrosse 




Diana Smith 
Ghan'eil mi duilich gum bheil 
mi fagil bha e briagh ach tha mi 
dirich suas. — Classics Club 



David Smith 





Susan Smart 
We can all do many great things, 
as long as we don't care who gets 
the credit. — Softball, Chorus 



Craig Sherwin 



Linda Christine Sherman 
There's a little bit of gold in 
everyone. — Yearbook, Photo- 
graphy Club, Skating Club 



Peter Shea 
When you know you've got a 
real friend somewhere, sud- 
denly all the others are easier to 
bear. — Golf, Basketball, Base- 
ball 




Andrew Shaw 
'!— Baseball, Football, 
Winter Track 



Paul Shahbaz 



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Jill Shafto 
He is no fool who gives what he 
cannot keep to gain what he 
cannot lose. — Lacrosse, NHS, 
Yearbook 



Dorreen Severance 
Nothing of value comes easy, 
you have to work for it. — 
Softball 





Amy Seddon 
The bleating of the kid executes 
the tiger! Thank you Hingham 
High School for 78. 



Elizabeth Schumaker 




Whitney Schuka 
He who lies with dogs raises with 
fleas. — Skipping Class 



Lisa Schilling 
If I leave here tomorrow would 
you still remember me, for I'm 
as free as a bird . . . 





Andrew Schiller 
Like leaves we touch, we see we 
know the story as Autumn calls, 
we'll both remember all those 
many years ago. 



Tracy P. Scarry 
You are what you are. Accept 
yourself and go on from there. 
— T.S. to Alcoa Tuna, S.M. 
always and K.W. Forever. 
Forever be happy. 



Kenny Ryder 
If a man does not keep his place 
with his companions perhaps it 
is because he hears a different 
drummer. — Graduating, Skip- 
ping Class 



Robin Lynn Rutherford 
Listen to others, even the dull 
and ignorant; they too have 
their story. — Pssst, Remember 
the seven F 1, F 2? 




Mary L. Ruth 
School is a nice place to visit but 
I wouldn't want to stay there. — 
The Talent Show. 



Jeannette Ruffini 
Life goes on and this old world 
will keep on turning! 



Charles Routhier 
When all of you are dead and 
gone, the spirit of Trask Valdor 
will still live on. — Computer 
Club, French Club, Chorus 



Nancie Roundtree 
Aries — consider anything only 
don't cry. — Basketball, Talent 
Show, Kix 



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Ronal G. Rosso 
Va crescendo - Chromatic a la 
capo — President of HHS Band, 
Drum Major of HHS Band, 
Math Club, French Club, Har- 
borlight. 



Mario Romania 




Heath Rodman 
We have lived and loved to- 
gether. 



David Robinson 



Ma Paulina Rios Yanes 
(Mexico) 
Lo que hace importante tu flor 
es el tiempo que le has 
eledicado (El Principito). — 
AFS Club, Young Life 



Derek Richner 




Todd Richardson 
People rarely succeed at any- 
thing unless they enjoy making 
the effort to do it. — Lacrosse, 
Skiing, Waterskiing, Camping, 
Music 



Missy Richardson 
I've been afraid of changing 'cuz 
I've built my life around you, 
but time makes you bolder and 
I'm getting older. 



Pamela Reis 
We all remember the good times 
and the bad times, but we won't 
remember the times in between. 



Judith Reidy 
To avoid criticism, do nothing, 
say nothing, be nothing. 



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Tracy J. Reed 
Thanks for all the memories, 
they're locked in my mind. — 
J.V. Tennis, Chorus 



Mike Redmond 



Cindy Reardon 
He who keeps his heart young 
and his expectations high never 
allows his dreams to die. — Re- 
member T.P. F2 to F3, Fl? 



Mary Ellen Pyne 
Nothing is at last sacred but the 
integrity of your own mind. — 
N.H.S. Pres., Band Tres. 




John Prudden 



Scott Prouty 



Kathy Price 
Walk with your face toward the 
sunshine and your shadows will 
fall behind. . .— Softball, Pep 
Club, Ski Club 



Gary Powers 




Diane Powers 
And if I have all faith, so as to 
move mountains, but have not 
love, I am nothing. 



Diane Pompeo 
As you fly away, give a smile 
from your Ups and say — I am 
free, yes I'm free now I'm on my 
way. J.V. Softball Manager, Ski 
Club 





Kim Pinkus 
Life is so easy: Don't let it go. — 
Track, Ski Club, Pep Club 



Barry Phillips 



Gregory Phillipon 



Rosemary Peterson 
It is not the mountain ahead 
that wears you out but the grain 
of sand in your shoe. 




Jocelyn Perryman 
You do your thing and I'll do 
mine. — Softball 



Michael Patterson 
One nation is under the groove 
it's time for me to get on the 
move. 



David Ostheimer 
We must seek in ourselves for 
responsibility and wisdom . . . 
John Steinbeck — Soccer, Ten- 
nis, Orchestra 



Mary Ormston 
Time passes, but the memories 
linger. — Student Union, Pep 
Club, Social Action Club, Pho- 
tography Club, Spanish Club 





Jaime O'Mara 
It's not all over it has just begun. 
— French Club 



Kelly O'Keefe 




Chris O'Keefe 
Get down out of that tree, 
Taah-zan! 



Edward O'Hearn 
If at first you don't succeed, the 
hell with it. 





Catherine O'Connell 
The greatest good you can do for 
another is not just to share your 
riches but to reveal to him his 
own. — Tennis, Field Hockey, 
NHS, Student Council 



Rita O'Brien 
If you can imagine it, you can 
achieve it; if you can dream it, 
you can become it. 



Mark O'Brien 



Fia Nyrerod 
Arbeta som on du skulle leva i 
evinnerlighet. Alska som om du 
skulle do idag. 




Linda Nyman 
Good-bye doesn't mean 
Forever. 



Janet Noland 



Anneliese Niland 
Forever isn't always and tomor- 
row doesn't end today; we have 
our memories. 



Patrick Neville 



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Chuck Neville 



Greg Neat 
Different strokes for different 
folks. — Harborlight 




Lizabeth Murphy 
The moments may be temporary 
but the memories last forever 
... — Boys Winter Track, 
Girls Spring Track, AFS trip to 
Tennessee, S.A.C. 



Lance Mortland 
School wouldn't be the same 
without Barbara in homeroom. 



Barbara Mortell 
You can't always get what you 
want, but you can try! 



Jon Moran 
You live once, so go out and 
enjoy life. — Motocross Racing, 
Partying, Having to race when 
you don't want to. 



Maria R. Morana 
Friendship — being able to ac- 
cept another's uniqueness. — 
Harborlight, Photography 




Bob Montgomery 
Yes, Fine! — Drama Club, 
Computer Club 



Gary Michelson 
Don't burn bridges, you may 
have to go back someday. — 
Football, Basketball 



Paul Miceli 



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Dorothy Merline 
Keep your face to the sunshine 
and you can't see the shadows. 
— NHS 



Bryan Mehrmann 
This is only the calm before the 
storm. — Commended National 
Merit Scholarship Program, 
Chess Club, Math Club, Har- 
borlight 



Robin Meallo 
No act of kindness, no matter 
how small is ever wasted. — 
Cheerleading, Track 



Kelly Meader 
The years were great, the parties 
divine, goodbye HHS, I've 
served my time! P.S. Y.K.W. 
enjoy your eggs. — Softball, 
Partying, Skiing 




Terry McSweeney 
More than a week. — Soccer 



Judy McNeice 
The key to happiness is within 
yourself; find it and you're on 
your way. — NHS, Cross Coun- 
try, Winter, Spring Track 



Bruce McMeekin 
Never do today what can be 
done tomorrow. — Cross Coun- 
try Track, NHS, Save the Whale 
Foundation 



Daniel McHugh 
Don't be angry, don't be sad, 
and don't sit cryin' over good 
times you've had. — Baseball, 
Football 




David McClanahan 
Baseball, Student Council, Bas- 
ketball 



Ken McChord 
Life is like a card game, you al- 
ways take a chance. — Football, 
Lacrosse 





Michael McCarron 
How many roads must a man 
walk down before he is counted 
a man? — Football, Baseball 



Thomas H. McCallum 
I grow older learning something 
new every day. 



Linda Mayville 



Jane Matheson 
. Live today, dream tomorrow, 
cherish yesterday. 




Elizabeth Martin 
My friends, when we depart, 
our fond memories will stay 
deep within my heart. — 
Drama, Art. 



Catherine Martin 
Every moment of your life is a 
picture, one you haven't seen, 
and one you'll never see again. 



Juanita Martel 
He who walks in another's 
tracks leaves no footprints. — 
NHS, Yearbook 



Marcella Marshall 
Stay with your dreams and they 
soon will be fulfilled. — Pep 
Club, Ski Club 





Joan Margotta 
Caring sometimes hurts . . . but 
never as much as the alternative 
. . . not caring. 



Anthony Margan 
How's it goin'? — Surfing, Sail- 
ing, Tennis, Crusin' through 
Boston 




Julie Marcus 
Mocha is a mocha dog. 



Mary E. Marchesiani 
Wear a smile and once in a 
while, open up your mouth and 
let the laughter bubble out. — 
Drama Club, Yearbook, French 
Club 





Paul Manton 
It was a pretty long one. 
T.W.S.S., Photography 



Rick Manley 
We must be crazy, otherwise we 
wouldn't have come here. — 
Track, HB's, and Brown Paper 
Bags 



Lynn Mallory 
It's been a long 12 years! 



Timothy A. Mahoney 
Life is a spectrum. Music is 
Life, and what is Music itself 
but a spectrum. — Music 




Richard Magner 
Lacrosse, Homeroom Rep. 



Brian Magner 
Go the way the wind takes you. 
— Lacrosse 



Susan MacNeil 
Cherish yesterday, dream for 
tomorrow, live for today. — La- 
crosse, AFS Club, Yearbook 



Stacey MacDonald 
Take time to be friendly. It's the 
road to happiness. Take time to 
laugh. It's the music of the soul. 
— Scrooge, Chorus 



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Carolyn Lyons 



Marika Lunell 
Det behove alia sorters mannis- 
kor per att skapa en varld. — 
Exchange student from Sweden 




Kenneth LoSordo 



Kathy Long 
May the days of rememberance 
bring back memories to the 
classof"79."K.L. 



Jean Lofgren 
If you do not understand my si- 
lence, you will not understand 
me. — Harborlight, Exec. 
Board, Lacrosse 



Pamela Linscott 
When the Lord closes a door^, 
somewhere He opens up a win- 
dow. — Soccer, Poetry, 
CSN&Y, Cheerleading 




Edward Linscott 



Michael B. Lincoln 
Football, Winter Track Cap- 
tain, Spring Track Captain 



Ruth Lewis 
There are no words I can use 
because the meaning still leaves 
for you to choose. — Whole 
Earth Club, Softball, Ski Club 



Michaelle LeRoy 
French Club President, Har- 
borlight, NHS 



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Bob Leonard 
Basketball, Lacrosse 



Donna Lee 
Happiness is a journey, not a 
destination. — AFS, Computer 
Club, Photography Club, NHS 



Kevin J. Leary 
There is nothing better than a 
good excuse. — Soccer, Basket- 
ball, Tennis, NHS 



Darlene Leach 
If there are no mirrors, would 
you trust the judgement of 
others to know how beautiful 
you are? 




Debra J. LaRocque 



Melissa Lang 
The secret of life is enjoying the 
passage of time ... — Basket- 
ball, Track, Field Hockey 



Barbara Lamb 
Friendships remove the dark- 
ness. — Cheerleader, Pep Club 



Brian Laliberte 
Grant that I may not judge my 
neighbor till I have walked a 
mile in his shoes. — Winter- 
Spring Track, Yearbook, AFS, 
NHS, JB 




Jenny Lahive 
Swimming, Watch T.V., Driv- 
ing, Babysitting etc. 



Blaise Lacour 
Les voyages forment la jeunesse 
el la jeunesse est le tremplin 
d'une vie. — AFS, exchange 
student from Switzerland 





Alan Krause 
Live free or die. 



Tom Krall 
I received nothing I asked for, 
but everything I hoped for. — 
Football, Lacrosse, Homeroom 
Rep. 



Mark R. Koonce 
Life is too short to take it too 
seriously. — Tennis Team, Math 
Club 



James H. Knapp 
Once upon a time there was a 
canoe named Boo. — Tennis 
Team, Drama Club, Whole 
Earth Club 




Beth King 
Carry on wayward son. 
tography Club 



Deborah L. Kimball 
— Pho- So it goes. — Field Hockey, 

Softball, Tennis, Skiing, Sail- 
ing, Pep Club, Yearbook, Ski 
Club 



Mark S. Kiely 
Carpe Diem. — AFS, Lacrosse, 
Math Club, Student Council, 
Harborlight, Classics Club, 
Chorus, French Club 



Mary Keogh 
A moment is only temporary, 
but a memory is forever. — 
Field Hockey, Track, National 
Honor Society 





Karen Kent 
Every man should face up to his 
mistakes, but can I help it if I 
have none? 



Janet M. Kelly 
May the road rise to meet you. 
May the wind be always at your 
back. May the sun shine warm 
upon your face. Until we meet 
again . . . May God hold you in 
the palm of his hand. 




Colin Kelly 



Patricia Keenan 
The most utterly lost of all days, 
is that in which you have not 
once laughed. — Field Hockey, 
Harborlight, NHS 





Kathy Kaukola 
Arise, go forth and conquer 



Dave Kardok 
Wise men say things worth quot- 
ing, fools read them. — Math 
Club, Whole Earth Club 



Mark Jorgensen 



Diane Jordan 
Life is what you make it. — 
Track, National Honor Society, 
Ski Club 




Sue Jones 
Nothing should be more highly 
prized than the value of each 
day. 



Cheryl Jones 



Paula Johnson 



Paul Johanson 
School is not the place to act 
normal. 



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Barry Jamieson 
Life is what you make it not how 
long it lasts. — Lacrosse 



Paul Ingraham 
We are proof positive that there 
is more to high school than 
acne. — Football, Lacrosse 




David Huntress 



Susan Humphrey 
Nothing is impossible! 



Greg Hughes 
We celebrate the past to awaken 
the future. — Rotary Exchange 
Student to Australia, Varsity 
Basketball, AFS Club 



Pam Hoyt 




John Hoyt 
Soccer, Tennis, Sailing 



Clifford Hoyt 
Cross Country, Tennis, Sailing 



Linda Houghton 



Lucinda Horky 



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Brian Hooper 
It's not the lofty sails that move 
the ship, but the unseen breeze. 
— Football, Lacrosse 



Angela P. Hood 
Our deepest feelings are the 
hardest to express. The memo- 
ries shall be cherished forever. 
— Darth Vador 



Peter Honkalehto 
Hockey, Golf 



Janice Hoffses 
From the moment we are born 
till the very last day when the 
curtains are drawn we are chil- 
dren. — Softball, Pep Club 




Joan E. Hirsch 
Keep what is worth keeping. — 
And with a breath of kindness 
blow the rest away. — Softball 



Terry Hiltz 
If you need someone to believe 
in you, let me know. 



James Hill 
"I don't need you to worry for 
me 'cause I'm alright." 



Kathryn H. Hess 
By a carpenter mankind was 
made, and only by that carpen- 
ter can mankind be remade. — 
Yearbook, Student Council, 
NHS 




Fred Hermanson 



Mary Hennessey 





Bob Hedlund 
Like a guest who stays too long, 
now it's finally time to leave. 



Jeanne M. Heapes 
Happiness is the art of making 
bouquets of the flowers within 
reach. — Drama Club, Thes- 
pian Club 



Robin Hayes 
The only way to have a friend is 
to be one, thanks D.C. for being 
my friend. 



Natalie Hayes 
I'm not trying to be what I am 
not, I'm myself and that's all 
I've got. — Cheerleading, Girls 
Track 




Nancy Hayes 
No goal is too high if we climb 
with care and confidence. — 
Hockey Cheerleader, Track, 
Tennis, Pep Club, Ski Club 



Arlene Elizabeth Hatch 
And in the end, the love you 
take is equal to the love you 
make. 



Kriss Hassett 
If you love something, let it go, 
if it comes back, it's yours, if 
not, then it never was. 



David Hartin 
Bring me a wheel of oaken 
wood, A rein of polished 
leather, A heavy horse and a 
tumbling sky. Brewing heavy 
weather. 





Timothy Hardy 



Eden Hardy 




Richard Hanley 



Bernadette Gushue 
A true friend is like the setting 
sun, they will always return. — 
Treasurer, Cheerleader, Skiing, 
Track 





Susan Gudmand 
I was told they'd waste my mind 
and if they did I had a great 
time. See ya'll and good luck! 



John Griffin 
No man is an island unto him- 
self. — Baseball, Basketball, 
Football, Yearbook Staff 



Donald J. Greeley 
As through life you march along 
don't fall back just keep going 
strong. — Marching Band, 
Symphonic Band, Pit Orchestra 



Kathleen Granahan 
"Heartless Challenge: Pick your 
path and I'll pray." 




John Goodrich 
If you smile at me I will under- 
stand, cause that is something 
everyone does in the same lan- 
guage. — Tennis Team, Harbor- 
light 



Kenneth Gonsalves 



Roy Giarrusso "Zeo" 
School is thy ANTE-dote. — Se- 
nior Class V.P., Capt. Football, 
Capt. Lacrosse, Sports Editor 
Yearbook, Student Council 



Paul Genereux 
Just when you think you've 
graduated from the school of 
experience, someone invents a 
new course. — Soccer, Com- 
puter Club 

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Ralph Casparello 
It beareth the name of Vanity 
Fair, because the town where 
'tis kept is lighter than vanity. — 
Band, Drama Club 



Paul Garrity 
Pass me another one. See you la- 
ter. — Basketball 




Wayne Galvin 
I just want to say, I'm glad to be 
out of here. 



Marie Gallagher 
Nothing succeeds like success. 
— Pep Club, Hockey Cheer- 
leading, Softball, Spanish Club 



Christopher Gallagher 
Much wisdom often goes with 
fewest words. 



Lynne Furtado 




Julie Freeman 
To be what we are, and to be- 
come what we are capable of 
becoming, is the only end of 
life. 



Leo Fraser 



Peter Franklin 
It's the laughter we will re- 
member. — Band, Harborlight 



Edward Fitzwilliam 
Take what you need and let the 
rest go by. — Football, La- 
crosse, Skiing 



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S. Mark Fish 
Tennis, Gannies, Weekends 



Julie Feltrup 



John Fee 
Hi neighbor have Gannsett. The 
fresh one. 



Mark F. Farrell 
We are only young once. That is 
all society can stand. — Soccer, 
Drama Club 




Stuart Farnham 
I'll find a way or make one — 
Soccer, Winter Track, Baseball, 
Student Council, Rep. to School 
Comm., Wrestling 



Dwight Fanz 



Karen Ann Falvey 
We are free, yes, we're free, now 
we're on our way. 



Jeanne Falvey 
We can make it if we try. 




Eric Fage! 
Isn't life strange? 



Valarie Ellis 
It is not how long, but how well 
we live. 





Frank Eisenhauer 



Maureen Egan 
Smile! — Gymnastics, Skiing, 
Yearbook, Executive Board, 

AFS, AFA 



Catherine Eckert 
Field Hockey, Softball 



Rick Dwyer 
Relax, keep cool, and be happy. 
— Class Pres., Yearbook Edi- 
tor, Tennis 




Jeff Dunn 



Susan Aileen Drummond 
Always have a smile, you'll al- 
ways have a friend. — Marching 
Band, Concert Band, Social Ac- 
tion Club 



Philip Drosdik 
I hope I don't catch this place 
later. 



Susan Dromeshauser 
And in the end, the love you 
take, is equal to the love you 
make. — Skiing, Field Hockey, 
Kinks 





Martha Driscoll 
When there is no wind, row. — 
Softball, Skiing, Sailing, Band 



Leanna Driscoll 




Carrol Driscoll 
Happiness is not having what 
you want, but wanting what you 
have. 



Michael Doyle 
Knowledge is good. 





Patricia Downing 



Elizabeth Doonan 
I've been smiling lately — 
thinking about the good things 
to come . . . 



Melinda E. Donovan 
Create the kind of self you will 
be happy to live with all your 
life. — Allrighta Tracy and Sue, 
Always and forever love you 
"D.A." To F, 1, 2, 3. 



Scott Doland 
May the sun never set on the tail 
of my truck. 




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Kevin Dillon 
Catch you on the rebound. 



David Digregorio 
Later much. 



Raymond Desautels 
Life is like playing a guitar solo 
in public, and learning the in- 
strument as one goes on. 



Carol DeNicola 
Sutzie . . . Sutzie . . . Fag. 



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Heidi Demko 
Remember: Boogie Oggie, 78, 
SHEBBA. Alrighta it's An Al- 
nighta!, F 1 to 2,3&4. ouh, ouh 
Disco I'm outa here! 



Mary M. DeLuze 
Life is a song worth singing ab- 
out. — Club Max, RA, Talent 
Show, Party, Capone one 
Spoons Aloha hi Jai. 




Donna M. DeLuze 
There are hundreds of lan- 
guages in the world, but a smile 
speaks all of them. — US, WE, 
13, The rocks, girls 



Clare Delmar 
The day shall not be up so soon 
as I, to try the fair adventure of 
tomorrow. — Tennis 



Julie DeLisle 
The cry to love anything is to 
realize that it might be lost. 



David DeGiacomo 
A man's a man who looks a man 
right between the eyes. — Foot- 
ball 




Lori Deems 



Joan Debuccia 



Christopher Deane 
Another day, another A. — Soc- 
cer, Spring Track, Math Team, 
Computer Club 



Karen Davis 
Wisdom is a fountain of life to 
those possessing it, but a fool's 
burden in his folly. — Student 
Union Secretary, Cheerleader 



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Kim Davenport 
To achieve one's goals and help 
mankind are true elements of 
success and contentment. — 
Soc. Act. Club 



Stephen Dane 



Lance Dale 



Rosemary Cundari 
Trust your heart. 




Charles Cundari 
He who can't pay gets another 
who can't pay to guarantee that 
he can pay. — Hingham Track 
Team 



Paul Crowley 
Life goes ever on. — Capt. of 
Wrestling Team, Computer 
Club 



Stacy John Cronin 
Feels So Good! — Band Secre- 
tary, Talent Show 



Paul Craig 




Deborah Craig 
Giving totally of oneself gives 
Love meaning; Loving someone 
else totally gives Life meaning. 



Laura Coyle 
We learn to Love through the 
love we give each other, forever. 
— Drama Club, Set Design, 
Yearbook Illustrator 





Brian Cox 



Tom Costello 



Kathy Costello 
When you're down and out and 
you can't go on, talk to the man 
up above, he'll help you along. 



Michael Corrigan 




Michael Corey 
In the game of life, may you al- 
ways make your saving throw. — 
Chess Club, Computer Club, 
Photography Club 



Thomas Corcoran 



Pam Cooley 
Always remember what we 
promised each other. — La- 
crosse, French Club, 
Homeroom Rep. 



Jeff Conti 





Mary Conroy 



Jeanne Conroy 




Gerard Conlon 
Wake up to find out that you are 
the eyes of the world . . . 



Jim Colleran 





Carl Coletti 
As truth is gathered, I rearrange 
inside out, outside in, perpetual 
change. 



Dave Cole 
Finally out, how time flies when 
you're having fun. 



Donna Cody 
Good things come in small pack- 
ages. 



Elizabeth Coates 
Contentment is not only the ful- 
fillment of what you want, but 
also the realization of what you 
already have. — Gymnastics, 
Skiing, NHS 




Cathlynn Claypoole 
For what had been hardest we'd 
know had been best, and what 
had seemed loss would be gain. 
— Varsity Tennis 



Marie Elizabeth Clarke 
1 got by with a lot of help from 
my friends. 



Judith E. Chipman 
A ship in the harbor is safe, but 
that's not what ships are built 
for. — Drama Club (V.P.), 
Color Guard 



John Chen 
"Genius is 99% perspiration 
and 1% inspiration." — Edison 
— Math Club, Computer Club, 
Origami 



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Phyllis Chafe 
Things in life are hard to bear, 
but don't let them get you down. 
— A.I.F.S. — Europe "78," 
C.Y.O., French, Ski, and Pep 
Clubs 



Leo Cavanaugh 
I'd rather look around me, 
compose a better song, "cause 
that's the honest measure of my 
worth." — Football, Baseball, 
Frisbee 




Eric Casey 
Knowledge is good. — Football, 
Baseball, Homeroom Rep., Ju- 
nior Board 



Kevin Cartmill 
Semper ubi sub ubi — Baseball, 
Winter Track, Frisbee, 
Homeroom Rep., Student 
Council Treasurer 



Timothy M. Carrigan 
And should I really chase so 
hard the truth of sport plays 
rings around you. — Hockey, 
Lacrosse, Harborlight, 

Greenhouse Club 



John R. Carmody 




Laurie Carlson 
Oh, what a tangled web we 
weave, when we practice to de- 
ceive. — Lacrosse, Yearbook, 
Piano 



Ines Carloni 
La pace cresce pian piano, 
quando L'egoismo lentamente 
moure. — Italy, AFS Club 



Thomas Campbell 



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John Campbell 



John Cadigan Anne Burke Gregory Burgess 

And so castles made of sand slip If it gets me nowhere I'll go Many of God's miracles are 

into the sea, eventually. there proud. — Lacrosse small. — Hockey, Lacrosse 




Sharon Burbank 
Some of the best people 
everywhere are waiting always 
for less than happens every time 
you smile. — Field Hockey, La- 
crosse, Student Council, Year- 
book, Class Executive Board 



Kevin Bullock 
All you touch, and all you see is 
all your life will ever be. — 
Track 



Dan Budde 
Soccer, Hockey 



Robert Bravo 




Jo Brandon 



Christopher Bower 





Karen Borowski 
Keep hold of todays dreams, for 
they are the key to tomorrows 
reality. — Chorus, Ski Club, 
AIFS Europe, (London), 
C.Y.O. 



David J. Borowko 
High School is only the beginn- 
ing. It's still a long way to the 
end. — Lacrosse, Student Un- 
ion, Marching Band 



Lynne Boretti 
A forever lasting memory. — 
Softball, Ski Club, Young Life, 
Soc. Action, Pep, French and 
Spanish Club 



Carol Booth 
The secret of life is enjoying the 
passage of time. — Student 
Council, Drama Club, Year- 
book, Tennis, Skating, Dancing 




Scott Bonnyman 
To the beach. — Varsity Wres- 
tling 



Jane Blackwood 
Smile — the world has enough 
grumpy people. — Pegasus 



Stanley R. Blackmur 
Some days you have ups and 
downs. Other days you just get 
the shaft. — Soccer, Skiing, 
School, Partying 



Annette Bithoney 
Better than the gold of kings are 
memories of happy things. 

















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David Beneduci 



John Belknap 
Keep up your bright swords, for 
the dew will rust them. 




Judith Bartoloni 
All of the answers you seek can 
be found in the dreams that you 
dream on your way. — French 
Club, Pep Club 



Jane Barrett 





Jose Barragan 



Debbie Bardsley 
May your life be eternally 
happy with the golden dragon. 
— Swimming, Horseback rid- 
ing, painting, drawing, hiking, 
camping, fishing 



John D. Barbuto 
Necessity is the mother of inven- 
tion. — Golf, Fishing, Experi- 
ence with cars 



Donna Barbuto 
For "reasons" that I will never 
know. 




Dominic Barbara 
Not everyone can be famous but 
everyone can be great. — Base- 
ball 



Peter Balboni 
A ship in the harbor is safe but 
that's not what ships are built 
for. — Track 



Lisa Austin 



Linda Austin 



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Karen Asnes 



Barbara Armstrong 
Man without God is a seed upon 
the wind. — Yearbook 




Richard Arkell 
The impossible is often the un- 
tried. 



Varte ^.-T^ Anea-aocr 
Some men see things as they are, 
and say, "why?". I dream things 
that never were and say, "why 
not?". — Football, Lacrosse, 
Tijuana 



Kacie Angeramo 
Sit back, think about it, sift 
them out ... — Yearbook 
staff, French Club, Executive 
Board 



Elaine Ange 
More than a week. 




Patrick Anderson 



Josie Adams 
You never know what you can 
do till you try. 



Chris Ackerman 



Adrienne Abromowich 
Love when you can, cry when 
you have to, be who you must, 
that's all part of the plan. — So- 
cial Action 



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Lawrence Rose 
Hingham, Boogie-oggie-oggie till 
you just can't boogie no more. 
— Basketball, Baseball, hope- 
fully 



Andrew L. Emanuel 
I'm so likely to forget where I 
am, so intense is the other place 
where my consciousness seems 
to dwell. 



SENIORS 



Kenneth Smith 
Paul Shephard 
Kevin Shapter 
Sarah Jones Seddon 
Michael Scott 
Christopher Russell 
David Ricci 
Andrew Read 
Michael Nally 
Robert Murphy 
James Mullen 



Christopher McAdams 
Gar Linscott 
William Hickey 
Michael Hanlon 
Janice Hall 
Gwen Gratto 
Matthew Galanek 
Richard Dolphyn 
Edward Clark 
Christopher Casey 
David Balch 



SUCCESS 



''To laugh often and love much; to win the re- 
spect of intelligent persons and the affection of 
children; to earn the approbation of honest cri- 
tics and endure the betrayal; false friends; to 
appreciate beauty; to find the best in others; to 
give of one's self; to leave the world a bit bet- 
ter, whether by a healthy child, a garden patch 
or a redeemed social condition; to have played 
and laughed with enthusiasm and sung with 
exultation; to know even one life has breathed 
easier because you have lived - this is to have 
succeeded/' 



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PEGASUS 

First Row — T. Hiltz, D. Worsley, 
K. Suereth, P. Linscott. Second 
Row — M. Driscoll, M. 
Marchesiani, J. Blackwood, J. 
Hill, C. Delmar, N. Virtue 




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HARBOR LIGHT 




First Row — N. Virtue, P. Linscott, L. Weiss, S. Nalbandian, L. Chen, D. Worsley, J. Williams, J. Rattray, B. Broderick. Second Row — C. 
Delmar, M. Wampole, G. Neat, R. Manley, S. McDonough, M. Leroy, J. Godwin, P. Keenan, M. Steves, L. Mohrfeld, Mr. Ozug 



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WHOLE EARTH CLUB 
First Row — J. Steen, R. 
Lewis, K.C. Angeramo, D. 
Coronite, B. Thibault. 
Second Row — Mr. 
Anderson, G. Taylor, S. 
Young, R. Young. Third Row 
— M. Harling, O. Harling, D. 
Snyder 



PHOTOGRAPHY 
First Row — L. Shapter, J. 
Garrity, L. Walton, T. Hiltz. 
Second Row — L. Anzaldi, R. 
Peterson, D. Lee, C. Sweeney, M. 
Ormston, M. Gallagher, J. 
Gorfinkle, J. Leonard 




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CHESS CLUB 

First Row: M. Corey, B. Maguire. 
Second Row: G. Lally. Third Row: 
J. Steen. 




SKI CLUB 




SKI CLUB 

First Row: P. Chafe, L. Boretti, B. Coates, D. Kimball, P. Linscott, K. Angeramo, A. Abromowich, C. Lindberg. Second Row: S. Brown, M. Egan, J. 
Stanley, L. Deems, S. Humphrey, S. Jones, L. Carr. Last Row: L. Murphy, R. Manley, M. Keogh, L. Nyman, K. Pinkus, D. Jordan, J. McNeice, M. 
Keily, L. Nyland, G. Loomis, C. Ulrich, J. Lydon, M. Harling, N. Peterson. 



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MATH 
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MATH TEAM 

First Row: M. Koonce, M. 
Kiely, J. Chen. Second Row: P. 
Hiscock, T. Earley. Third Row: 
L. Chen. D. Robinson, M. 
Chen, C. Joyce, C. Hoyt, J. 
Morana, R. Rosso. 






COMPUTER CLUB 
First Row: J. Steen, R. Manley, L. 
Chen, L. Paul. Second Row: D. Lee, 
J. Morana, M. Chen. Third Row: E. 
Phlillips, C. Hoyt, S. Fulton, P. 
Crowley, D. Zsigelov, J. Chen. 




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SPANISH CLUB 
First Row: J. Tornberg, L. 
Mullen, L. Paul, M. Gal- 
lagher, S. Nalbandian, C. 
Sweeney. Second Row: C. 
O'Neill, L. Weiss, L. Colvin, 
L. Baretti, M. Ormstrom, B. 
Broderick. Third Row: L. 
Carr, M. Shaw, M. Fish, D. 
Coronite. Not Present — J. 
Colvin, D. Emerson, C. 
Joyce, T. Early, C. Jennings, 
J. Peterson. 





AFS 

First Row: T. Snowber, G. Loomis, J. Watts, L. Weiss, M. Egan, J. Lydon, P. Rios, C. Delmar, S. Brown. Second Row: M. Harling, C. O'Neil, J. 
Stanley, F. Nyreroid, N. Carloni, E. Falvey, S. Dromeshauser, B. Laliberte. Third Row: M. Lunell, C. Jennings, L. Carr, L. Paul, N. Childs, K. 
Redmond, D. Henriksen, N. Thorton, D. Lee. Fourth Row: D. Colford, D. Grund, L. Colvin, C. Brown, P. Hiscock, K. Gushing, L. Costello, S. 
Nalbandian, W. Blair, M. Shaw, C. Ulrich, J. Gustufson, M. Kiley, L. Nolde, J. Urbati, J. Barajon. 



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FRENCH CLUB 




FRENCH CLUB 

first Row: A. McLeod, J. Liden, L. Weiss, M. Wampole, M. Egan, C. Russ, D. Reilly, M. Lurrell, K.C. Angeramo. Second Row: M. Leroy, P. 
Linscott, G. Manley, T. Scarry, M. Chen, H. MacBean, P. Chafe, S. Savola, Mrs. White, L. Cook. Third Row: Ms. Mahoney, L. Wahon, C. Derek. C. 
Lewis, M. Holland, V. Claypoole, L. Kent, D. Lee, K. Stems, A. Warden, J. Casey. Fourth Row: Mr. Matarazzo, M. Kiely, M. Marchesiani, H. 
Eledlund, J. Custafson, B. Humphrey, B. Dorian, J. Bartaloni, R. Russ, L. Boretti, J. O'Mara, J. Stanley, M. Johnson. 



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SfEARBOOK STAFF 

First Row: N. Virtue, J. Mortel, M. Egan, R. Cundari, M.E. Pyne, C. Booth, S. Dromeshauser, D. Kimball. Second Row: B. Laliberte, J. Griffin, B. 
McMeekin, M. Marchesiani, K.C. Angeramo, L. Carlson, K. Suereth, P. Linscott, L. Smith, B. Coates. Third Row: S. Jones, L. Deems, L. Nyman, S. 
Humphrey, J. Shafto. Fourth Row: Mr. Tiemey, C. Hoyt, D. Richner, R. Giarrusso, E. Casey, J. Stanley, C. Delmar, R. Young, S. Burbank, R. 
Dwyer, C. O'Connell, K. Hess, J. Kelly, L. Murphy. 

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TIHIESIPIANS 



THESPIANS 
First Row: J. Chip- 
man, S. Sommer, J. 
Heapes. Second Row: 
K. Gushing, M. 
Corey, B. Ertman, T. 
Early, C. Jennings, M. 
Barnes, P. Hiscock, 
L. Colvin, J. Colvin. 




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DRAMA CLUB 

First Row: J. Leonard, G. Lally, B. Maguire, L. Costello, J. Petterson, L. Paul, J. Blackwood, L. Petterson, C. Jennings, M. Holland, J. Borowko, S. 

Nalbandian, K. Cushing, C. Mahoney, M. Pearse, P. Nionakis. Second Row: M. Corey, J. Teagan, J. Chipman, J. Knapp, J. Heapes, M. Kiely, R. 

Bardsley, L. Walton, B. Ertman, M. Barnes, L. Carr, L. Colvin, S. Sommer, M. Muller, S. MacDonald, C. O'Neil, P. Hiscock, E. Fee, R. O'Brien, T. 

Early. 

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SPECIAL CHORUS 

First Row: Julie Colvin, Barbara Armstrong, Laura Colvin, Pam Hiscock, Gail Ela, Eiane Emerson, Bobby Bravo, Julie Petterson, Diane Powers. 
Katy Cushing, Margy Holland. Second Row: Stacey McDonald, Carol Urmson, Lynn Peterson, Lynn Shorey, Sue Smart, Jeff Meisler, Paul Muldoon, 
Susie Hansel, Sue Sommer, Kathy Kaloyanides, Julie Kohelinger. Third Row: Lee Anzald, Ken Asnes, Mark Farrell, Mike Daily, Chris Russ, Steve 
Gilbert, Dan Falvey. 



JAZZ 
BAND 

STAGE BAND 
First Row: Ron 
Rosso, Mary 

Ellen Pyne, Bob 
Bravo, Lee An- 
zaldi, Michelle 
Vigneau. Second 
Row: Janie Es- 
chweiler, Doug 
Jones, Frank 
Morana, Scot 
Wells, Tim 

Mahoney. Third 
Row: Bill 

Urmson, Stacey 
Cronin, Don 
Driscoll, Mike 
Pearse, Peter 
Nionakis. 




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CHORUS 

First Row: Laura Murdy, Diane 
Emerson, John O'Brien, Bobby 
Bravo, Julie Petterson, Diane 
Powers, Denise Coronite, Karen 
Harrington. Second Row: Stacey 
McDonald, Carol Urmson, Sue 
Smart, Kathy Mahoney, Heidi Vis- 
ser, Lauren Paul, Janie Es- 
chweiler. Donna Coleford, Mau- 
reen Murphy, Michelle Vigneau. 
Third Row: Marge Rubo, Ken 
Asnes, Mark Farrell, Dan Falvey, 
Beth Connors, Julie Kohelinger. 



BAND 




BAND 

First Row: Heidi Visser, Bob Bravo, Linda Quain, Peter Franklin, Michelle Vigneau, Martha DriscoU, Carol Quain, Leslie Smith, 
Ron Rosso. Second Row: Janie Eschweiler, Mary Ellen Pyne, Don Greely, Margaret Muller, Sandy Johnson, Margy Holland, Ottlilie 
Harling, Maureen Ryan. Third Row: Jason Burtner, Lee Anzaldi, Bill Richards, Peter Nionakis, Don Driscoll, Mike Pearse, Stacey 
Cronin, Chris Vaughan, Stephanie Marglin. Fourth Row: Kirk Beatty, Frank Morana, Scot Wells, Dawn Worsely, Doug Jones, Ken 
Asnes. Fifth Row: Jay Leonard, Judy Chipman, Bill Urmson. 



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ORCHESTRA 
First Row: Ron Rosso, 
Michelle Vigneau, 
Bill Urmson, Heidi 
Visser. Second Row: 
Stacey Cronin, Mike 
Pearse, John O Brien, 
Doug Jones, Maureen 
Ryan, Leslie Smith, 
Carol Quain. Third 
Row: Martha Shaw, 
Janie Eschweiler, Bob 
Bravo, Jonathon 
Borowko, Linda 

Quain, Don Driscoll, 
Frank Morana, Mary 
Ellen Pyne. 




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NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 

First Row: Susan Dromeshauser, Debbie Thomas, Mary Marchesiani, Rita O'Brien, Judy Chipman, Mary Ellen Pyne (Pres.), Kathy Hess (V-P), Cath 
O'Connell (Secretary), Jill Shafto (Treasurer), Dori Merline, Mary Keogh, Diane Jordan, Bernadette Gushue, Leslie Smith. Second Row: Beth 
Coates, Maureen Egan, Cindy Reardon, Michelle Leroy, Jenny Stanley, Jeanne Lofgren, Brian Mehrman, Patsy Keenan, Julie Marcus, Judy 
McNeice, Nancy Virtue, Mimi Wampole, Susan MacNeil, Susan Humphrey. Third Row: Brian Laliberte, Peter Franklin, Rick Dwyer, Mark Fish, 
John Hoyt, Stuart Famham, Greg Neat, Cliff Hoyt, Tony Margan, John Griffin, Chris Deane, Bob Wittkowski, Deterk Richner, Bruce McMeekin, 
John Chen. 



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The Staff wishes to thank 



Mr. & Mrs. Anthony Abromowich, Jr. 

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Angeramo 

Mr. & Mrs. Anthony Barbuto 

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph A. Bartoloni 

Mrs. Jean M. Booth 

Dr. & Mrs. Norman T. Budde 

Anne & Bob Bullock 

Mr. & Mrs. Thomas A. Burbank 

Mr. & Mrs. Gilbert Carlson 

Mr. & Mrs. John N. Casey, Jr. 

Dr. & Mrs. Pin- Yang Chen 

Gloria Clark 

Mrs. Marilyn M. Clarke 

Mr. & Mrs. James Claypoole 

Mr. & Mrs. Charles N. Coates 

Mrs. Paul A. Conlon 

Earle & Irene Cooley 

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Craig 

John & Patricia Cronin 

Mr. & Mrs. Francis X. Davis 

Mr. & Mrs. Wm. F. DeGiacomo, Sr. 

Helen and Richard Delmar 

Mr. & Mrs. Raymond E. Desautels 

Bill & Judy Doonan 

Mr. & Mrs, James R. Doyle 

Mr. & Mrs. Peter G. Dromishauser 

Mr. & Mrs. Raymond R. Dwyer 

Mr. & Mrs. Walter J. Egan 

Mr. & Mrs. John G. Falvey 

Mr. & Mrs. Frederick Farrell 

Mr. & Mrs. David R. Freeman 

Mr. & Mrs. Robert Genereux 

Mr. & Mrs. William P. Griffin 

Mr. & Mrs. John E. Gushue 

Mr. & Mrs. Henry Hanley 

Mr. & Mrs. Michael Hayes 

John F. Hayes 

Mr. & Mrs. Richard Heapes 

Mr. & Mrs. Herbert P. Hess 

Mr. & Mrs. David E. Hill 

Bill & Marilyn Hooper 

Mr. & Mrs. Robert J. Huntress 

Mr. & Mrs. Clinton M. Jones 

Mr. & Mrs. Alfred Jorgensen 

Mr. & Mrs. Robert Kaukola 

Mr. & Mrs. John J. Keenan 



& Mrs. Wm. J= Kelly 
& Mrs. John R. Keogh 

William S. Kimball 

W.D. Knapp 

Francis B. Krause, Jr. 

James J. Laliberte 
Lang 



Mr. 

Mr. 

Mr. & Mrs. 

Mr. & Mrs. 

Mr. & Mrs. 

Mr. & Mrs. 

Mr. & Mrs. John R. 

Allan & Diane Lee 

Mr. & Mrs. David W. Lewis 

Mr. & Mrs. Paul H. Linscott 

Mr. & Mrs. Arne Lofgren 

Dr. & Mrs. Wm. Mahoney 

Mr. & Mrs. Richard Manley 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Marshall 

Mr. & Mrs. Romuald Martel 

Warren & Marcia McClanahan 

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph McHugh 

Mr. & Mrs. H.T. McMeekin, Jr. 

Mr. & Mrs. David J. McNeice 

Catha & Brian McSweeney 

Mr. & Mrs. Frank Meallo 

Mr. & Mrs. Richard C. Mehrmann 

Mr. & Mrs. Charles Michelson 

Bob & Lynn Montgomery 

Mr. & Mrs. George W. Neat 

Mr. & Mrs. Robert Nyman 

Mr. & Mrs. J.P. O'Mara 

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Ormston 

Dr. & Mrs. John T. Ostheimer, Jr. 

Mr. & Mrs. David Pinkus 

Mr. & Mrs. Gerard W. Pyne 

Robert & Arlene Richner 

James Robinson 

Mr. & Mrs. Eugene Ryder 

Mr. & Mrs. John Schillig 

Frank & Barbara Simmons 

Mr. & Mrs. Eugene D. Smith 

Richard & Roberta Smith 

Mr. & Mrs. Richard C. Stevenson 

Mr. & Mrs. Suereth 

John & Astrid Thomas 

Skip & Martha Urbati 

Mr. & Mrs. Archie Walsh 

Mr. & Mrs. George Warsofsky 

Mr. & Mrs. Daniel E. Wigmore 



for their support — 

Thank you 
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RIZZOTTO'S SUPER MARKET 

99 South St. 
Hingham, Mass. 



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Edward Everett Federal 

Savings and Loan 

Association 



Hingham Shopping Plaza 

100 Derby Street 

Hingham 



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Congratulations 

To The Class Of 

**79*' 

May Success Be 
Yours 

42 Whiting St. So. Hingham 749-2262 




Bingham 
Institution 
foROavings 

INCOnPORATEO 1834 

55 Main St., Hingham, Ma. • 749-2200 

Central Street Drive-in • 749-0209 

788 Washington St., Hanover, Ma. •826-5151 

401 Nantasket Ave., Hull, Ma. • 925-2600 

Deposits Insured in Full Under Massachusetts Law 



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Compliments Of 

HINGHAM MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE 

COMPANY 



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Compliments of 

WALSH & PACKARD, INC. 

HARDWARE, PAINTS, HOUSEWARES, TOYS 
EUctrlcal Oeedt, Rcpairt, Oardtn SuppIlM 



31-33 MAIN ST. 749-1447 HINGHAM, MASS. 



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Serving Southeastern Mass & Cape Cod!! , 



Compliments Of 

GEORGE A. COLE INSURANCE 
AGENCY 

104 South St. Hingham, Mass. 

749-2303 



Lincoln Trust Company 



Hingham — Marshfield — Scituate 
Brockton-So. Hingham 



FDIC 
Full Service Bank 



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Compliments Of 

GARVEY OLDSMOBILE, INC. 

98 Accord Park Drive 
Norwell, Mass. 02061 



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749-7655 



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Compliments Of 

MERRIMAN, INC. 

100 Industrial Park Rd. 
Hingham, Mass. 02043 

749-5100 




• Breakfast • Luncheon 

• Dinners • Cocktails 



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Lincoln Plaza Rte. 3-A Hingham, Mass. 



Open 7 Days 

Mon.-Sat. 7 A.M.-10 P.M. 
Sundays & Holidays 7 A.M.-2 P.M. 



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Take Out Orders 
749-9715 



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Compliments Of 

LARRY AND MIRIAM, INC. 

Hingham, Mass. 



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HENNESSEY'S NEWS 

118 North Street 

Hallmark Cards, Newspapers, Magazines, Tobacco, 
Candy, and School Supplies. 



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If You Care About Price 



Hingham Pharmacy 



100 Derby St. 
Next To Stop & Shop 




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Compliments Of 



Marketing Personnel 
Consultants 



888 Washington St. 
Dedham, Mass. 

The search firm that specializes in the placement of 

marketing executives within the computer, 

industrial, and consumer fields. 



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234 NORTH STREET 
HINGHAM, MASS. 02043 

Complete Beauty Culture 



Telephone 740-2260 



RESTAURANT AND Glf^T SHOP 



\'2.\'7 Main Street 
hincham. mass. 020-43 








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VIP CLEANERS | 


• PROFESSIONAL DRY CLEANING 

• SHIRTS, COIN-OP CLEANING 

• SUEDES & LEATHERS'STORAGE 

• COMPLETE DRAPERY SERVICE 

• ALTERATIONS. REPAIRS & GOWNS 

NORWELL WEYMOUTH 

878-9884 337-2393 



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THOMAS AUTO BODY SHOP, INC. 

15 Fort Hill St. 

Hingham, Mass. 02043 

749-1010 



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(617) 749-5963 



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WE COVER HINGHAM-COHASSET-SCITUATE 
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HOME: 749-0845 



288 MAIN STREET 
HINGHAM, MASS. 02043 



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MOBIL SERVICE AND REPAIR 

TIRES - BATTERIES - ACCESSORIES 

Tel. 749-0894 274 Main St. 

HINGHAM, MASS. 



HINGHAM CENTER PHARMACY 

"At The Common" 
George W. Price Reg. Pharm. 

249 Main St. 

Hingham, Mass. 

749-1277 



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Kress Nursery 

TREES SHRUBS 



TRIMMING 



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102 SCOTLAND ST. 

HINGHAM, MASS 



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/^Chinese & Polynesian Restaurant 

198 Whiting St., Rte.53, Sa Hingtnam, Ma.02043 
Exit29S.E.Expressway 
749-6957 



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Catering Service & Take-outs 



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Special Exhibitions, Framing, Art Supplies, 
Antiques, Restoration, and Appraisals 

SCHNABEL GALLERIES 

738 Main St. 

At Glad Tidings Plain 

749-3671 



Good Luck 



DEPENDABLE CLEANERS 

At Hingham Center 



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29 Main St. 
Hingham, Mass. 



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Compliments of 

HINGHAM CARPET SHOP 



— Featuring NORMAN'S of Salisbury Fabrics — 

148 North Street — Hingham 
749-0194 — 749-7260 

Also Featuring KITCHENS by FARINA 



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HEIDI'S 

Handcrafted Jewelry 
Imported and Domistic Gifts 

57-61 South Street — Hingham, Mass. 

Telephone 749-2656 



BOWL & BOARD 

— Wood Products — 

Bill Giarrusso 

140 North Street — Hingham, Mass. 

Phone 749-5451 

Home Phone 749-0565 



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CAMERA SHOPS 



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THE HINGHAM SQUARE BOOKSHOP 

9 Main St. 




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TRUST COMPANY 



A FULL 
SERVICE 
' BANK 



THERE IS A CONVENIENT RCX;KLAND TRUST 
OFFICE NEAR YOU ON THE SOUTH SHORE! 

I MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION] 





TRUST COMPANY 

there is a convenient rockland trust 
office near you on the south shorei 

■ member federal deposit insurance corporation! 



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INC. 

Foreign and Domestic Wines & Liquors 

North Street — Hingham, Mass. 
Tel. 749-1251 



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THE CRAFT GUILD 

28 North St. 

Hingham, Mass. 

Art and Craft Supplies 



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SALES & SERVICE 

ALL MAKES & MODELS 

COLOR SPECIALISTS 

20 NORTH STREET . HINGHAM, MA 02043 



749-3048 



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Compliments Of 

FREEWHEELIN CYCLERY 

Hingham, Mass. 



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Capeway Construction 



33 Gardner St. 
Hingham, Mass. 



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Compliments Of 

SHERWIN-WILLIAMS CO. 

85 South St. 
Hingham, Mass. 



Congratulations From 

DONALD P. SHEA INSURANCE 
AGENCY, INC. 

105 South St. 
Hingham, Mass. 



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73 South Street 
Hingham 



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LOUISE DUFFEY — TRAVEL AGENT 

INC. 

107 SOUTH STREET, HINGHAM, MASS. 

49 CENTRE STREET, QUINCY, MASS. 

Domestic and International Travel Services 

749-9500 472-3232 



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STAINLESS STEEL 


Fasteners 


Hardware 


Fittings 


Specials 


Valves 


Fabrications 


Pipe 


Flagpoles 


Tubing 






INC. 

75 RESEARCH ROAD • HINGHAM, MA 02043 

Phone 617/749-7100 TWX 710-348-6494 

Cable "ALSTAINLES" U.S.A. 

IF IT'S MADE OF STAINLESS STEEL, CALL ALL-STAIIMLESS 

WHAT YOU WANT— WHEN YOU WANT IT— WHERE YOU WANT IT 



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Congratulations From 

TWIN CITY CLEANERS & 
LAUNDERERS 

193 Lincoln St. 
Hingham, Mass. 



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Best Wishes To The Class of '79 



TAYLOR RENTAL 



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Welcome Aboard 
Vacation Center, Inc 



Travel Agency 

32 Whiting Street (Rt. 53) 

Hingham, Mass. 02043 

(617) 749-2900 



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Dunkin Donuts 



187 Whiting St. 

(Routes 228, 53) 

Hingham 



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AUDI 

A PLACE WHERE 
QUALITY SALES & 
SERVICE MEET 
on the South Shore 

SALES, 

SERVICE, 

PARTS 

& LEASING 



59 Pond Street Norwell 
871-0777 



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71 MAIN STREET 
HINGHAM, MASSACHUSEHS 
TEL. 749-0414 



ACCORD AUTO SUPPLY 

100 Derby Street 
Hingham Plaza 
Hingham, Mass. 



817-3010 
749-0404 



Nationally Advertised 
Branded Auto Parts & Accessories for all Passenger 

Cars & Trucks 
8-5:30 Mon.-Fri. 8-5:00 Sat. 



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* GIFTWARE 

* JEWELRY 

* STATIONERY 

* PARTY SUPPLIES 



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HINGHAM, MASS. 02043 




749-1944 



FRIENDLY ICE CREAM 

100 Derby St. 
Hingham Plaza 

Congratulations and Best Wishes 
To The Class Of '79 



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MERCEDES-BENZ 



Presti<ze Imports 

22 POND STREET. Vi^ ■ 

NORWELU MA. 02061 TELEPHONE 749-2057 — 871-0550 

MERCEDES-BENZ AND DATSUN 



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WHOLESALE CARPET, INC. 

The Hingham Industrial Center 

Lincoln St. 

Hingham, Mass. 



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Firestone 



Firestone Stores 
22 Whiting St. 
Hingham, Mass. 02043 



FIRST CHOICE 
IN PAINT 



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PAINTS 



EVERETT, MASS. • SPRINGFIELD, ILL 
HOUSTON. TEX. 



PAYNE'S COLOR MART 

Wallpaper - Paint- Rental Equipment 
Art Supplies 

Queen Anne's Corner - South Hingham, Mass. 
Phone: 749-3264 



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AMOCO GAS STATION 

Whiting St. 
Hingham, Mass. 



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KEARN'S ANIMAL CLINIC, INC. 



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CONTE'S DRESS SHOP 

"Feminine Apparel" 

8 Main Street — Hingham, Mass. 

Tel. 749-0109 



5 Main St. 



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Compliments Of 

NOTTINGHAM 

Hingham, Mass. 



The Granary 



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CONGRATULATIONS And BEST WISHES 

To the Members of the 

Graduating Class of 1979 

SENATOR ALLAN R. McKINNON 



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CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST OF LUCK 
TO THE GRADUATING CLASS OF 1979 



PAT CONNOLLY 
ODGE-MURPHY STUDLOS 








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